“That’s incorrect. Our Air Force cannot detect emissions from stored and concealed enriched uranium from the air.”
I didn’t refer to the Air Force. When Uranium 235 tries to become lead, it gives off gamma rays, very high energy and able to pass through our planet.
They can be by underground detector facilities that we maintain around the planet that compare spectroscopic peaking with each other. Triangulating gives locations and time charting tells us when the emissions begin at a particular location.
Great info here:
Thanks. Gamma rays can be blocked for concealment, though. Here’s another piece in regards to detection (with the partnership between Iran and N. Korea in mind).
Isotopes hint at North Korean nuclear test(fusion boost test in 2010?)